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Mangrove Forests Mitigate Tsunami Hazard and Require Conservation

About the Scholar: Qiqing Li grew up in China and attended Shenzhen Middle School in Shenzhen, China

The Research:

In regions that suffer from tsunamis, typhoons, and storms, mangrove forests can protect shorelines and ensure human safety. They act as a natural barrier, stop drifts, and reduce the energy of a tsunami, thereby saving lives. They also offer benefits such as forest products, habitat for fisheries, biofiltration, carbon emission reduction, and recreation and tourism. Nevertheless, mangrove forests are among the most threatened habitats in the world, disappearing at an unsustainable rate. In this paper, Qiqing proposes protecting and restoring this valuable environmental resource through enforcement of existing environmental laws, reforestation, and restoration of proper water flow.

ClientThe Car Rental Co
SkillsPhotography / Media Production
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Project Title

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